Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeya i know where it is,what I don't know is how to know know weather it's bad or not ...again the pull down when I'm holding the handle is so much that if I could tighten down the disc I wouldn't be able to move the handle. Also the life eases up. Is that from the disc also? Thanks for the help.
Re: touch control ? lift acts goofey!! in reply to gutterman, 02-11-2013 07:00:14
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeThere are several forces at work in the lift control linkage which are acting against the touch control levers eccentric shaft. These forces are trying to push the eccentric toward the front of tractor, where as raising the touch control lever tries to push the eccentric toward the rear. Without either your hand OR the spring/cork washer assembly, the lever will naturally relax to a non-lift/lower position due to the forces described.
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